Botox Is Saving Kim Zolciak’s Life!

November 5, 2009 / Posted by:

In this week’s InTouch, The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kim Zolciak goes SAN FARDS by pulling her wig back and removing 5 of the 12 layers of make-up on her face. Even when Kim is stripped down, she’s still as natural as polyester.

Anyretardyfortheparty, Kim spoke to InTouch about her natural hair, plastic surgery and how Botox cured her migraines:

Kim on how she’s changed over the years: “I have black hair naturally, but my mom’s a hairdresser, so I’ve been blond gradually since 16, 17 and on. I was always a thick build. I had braces.

Kim on how she’s made of mostly artificial materials: “I just don’t think there’s anything wrong with it. Some cosmetic enhancement is obvious. A lot of times, the people who aren’t talking about it are the ones who look horrible. I do Botox. I’ve had my boobs done twice. I started getting Botox when I was 25 for migraines. I recommend that to anybody. And VelaShape. I don’t know if it shrinks you, but it keeps you tone and taut.

Kim on going under the knife again: “When I’m done having children, I’d be all for a tummy tuck. I would love a nose job, but I’m scared. I would do just about anything to maintain myself.

So, let’s go over everything. Kim has already said that she wears a wig made out of Barbie’s pubic hair because her hair was falling out due to a thyroid condition. Now she’s saying that she uses Botox for her migraines. I’ve heard this before, but you know that’s not why Kim is getting injected with the Kidman sauce.

I’m waiting for Kim to claim that she only has fake titties because she suffers from Tachycardia and her doctor said that breast implants will slow down her rapid-beating heart.

And did Kim hint that she isn’t done having kids? HURRY! Get her daughter Brielle on the phone, and tell her to start lacing Kim’s botox with birth control pills.

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